An earlier post discussed a complaint by the New England Power Generators Association (NEPGA) arguing that the inclusion of a large, high-cost generating plant in an upcoming  capacity market auction will artificially suppress clearing prices. NEPGA has withdrawn its complaint because the generating plant’s owner has decided to retire it and, accordingly, the plant will not be included in the upcoming auction.  NEPGA says that the market administrator, ISO New England, will address in a stakeholder process the issues that gave rise to the complaint.